Dan Phiffer Each router is a LAN island in an archipelago of affiliated websites. Anyone within range of an wifi router, with a web-capable smartphone or laptop, can join the network “OCCUPY.HERE,” load the locally-hosted website, and use the message board to connect with other users nearby. The open source forum software […]


Benjamin Freeth, Annika Haas, Prof. John Bowers (Culture Lab, Newcastle University, UK). “Science and technology develop the unknown, not knowledge”. – Paul Virilio Psychoheliophysics is a neologic spasm on the precipice of conceptualisation… it is semi-hollow, a semi-empty container that is ready. It awaits received meaning. Solar escape routes precipitate the future through collective modes […]

Mladi Levi in U3: Theremidi Orchestra v amfiteatru Muzejske ploščadi

Sound happens in the group!

Theremidi Orchestra 4-hour workshop of building DIY electronic instruments developed and used by Theremidi Orchestra. The workshop will be conducted in a free manner and all interactions should be part of the process. Throughout the workshop some contextual historic and technological information will be given in a non-linear fashion. TouchTone is a feedback amplifier system […]



Will Burn This project is an ongoing and potentially infinite series of videos, each of which is unique, self-describing and 10 minutes in duration. As of the 6th of November 2013 the project consists of 38300 videos which have a combined duration of approximately 266 days. Up to date information and a partial archive of […]



Will Burn This project is an ongoing and potentially infinite series of 10 minute videos that features a persistent number (which began as 0) to which 1 is either added or subtracted, based on a 50% chance, 10 times a second. As of the 6th of November 2013 the project consists of 7768 videos and […]



Afroditi Psarra Idoru() is an interactive sound performance that explores wearable technology and the body as an interface to control sound. The project wishes to address issues of body augmentation through the use of electronic textiles, creating an enhanced hyper-body, that generates useful data, that can be translated into frequencies and thus, generate an interactive […]



Peter Edwards “Through a process of improvisation I seek out behaviors which are pleasing to my senses and beyond my ability to fully understand and predict. At this point I am both performer and audience, free to viscerally appreciate the experience as well as drive it forward. I then transform these behaviors into new states […]


MicroFlo: flow-based programming for microcontrollers

Jon Nordby MicroFlo is a flow-based programming runtime for microcontrollers (like Arduino); allowing you to program stand-alone microcontroller projects in a visual manner. In a wider scope, the project aims to explore whether one can make complex heterogeneous and interactive systems easier to understand, develop and verify – by using tools and approaches focused on […]

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